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Obama issues a new warning against 'strongman politics'

Politico Tuesday, 17 July 2018
Obama issues a new warning against 'strongman politics'The remarks come one day after Trump was widely rebuked for publicly cozying up to Putin.
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According to Politico, former President Barack Obama is commenting on the state of the world. Obama spoke during the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth, in South Africa. The 44th US President issued a stern new warning against "strongman politics" He warned of “a politics of fear and...

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